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attention to environmental issues. i think it's too dire. i think the situation is too dire, the law of entropy is so extreme right now, the planet is shrinking, it's being divvied up, carved up, dug up. what are we thinking about future generations? are we going to leave them anything? >> i just wanted to ask you another question about your gun question to robert redford. >> reporter: sure. >> he appeared very thoughtful. at least there's a conversation that seems to be going on, if not any sort of resolution. >> reporter: yeah. yeah, you know, and one of the things he said and it actually kind of surprised me was that he does believe government and hollywood should play a role together in this conversation. he does believe that the government should come in and really kind of look at what's going on in hollywood. now, he definitely defends a filmmaker's right to make whatever film there is, but he believes that the conversation is about time that it's had. >> interesting. we'll get more from you in the next hour of "newsroom." >>> lance armstrong was hoping to win over the public,
. >> new york mayor michael bloomberg has been pushing for stricter gun laws for years. i spoke to him earlier. first of all, your impressions of the president's proposals on gun control. are you happy with them? >> you're never going to have everything you want. but i thought it was comprehensive. it outlined he can do by executive order and it outlined things he has got to with help from the vice president and help from lots of other people, convince congress to do. two kinds of problems and he address both of them. >> you said earlier today, there are some things he's not going to get legislation on. he's not going to be able to get through. >> i think some things are tougher than others. there's a general consensus from the country that background checks before you buy a gun should apply to everyone. right now, it applies only to gun shows. i'm sorry, to gun dealers. >> licensed dealers. >> right, but most people would be in favor, and that's easier for congress to get done. you have to explain it to them, they have got to hear from their constituents, and i think they will do that
voice in the record push for stricter gun control laws following the newtown massacre. we'll talk to mayor bloomberg about the president's new proposals for gun control and what he thinks of the nra. >> marco rubio yesterday was quoted as saying, nothing that the president is proposing would have stopped the massacre at sandy hook. do you agree? >> that's probably true. a woman had guns, it wasn't her son that -- i don't know if she ever went through a background check, but the son certainly didn't. he took his mother's guns and killed people. but that doesn't mean having fewer guns around is a better idea. it's that there are people that go through traffic lights. they just run a red light. does that mean we should getid of all traffic lights? no. in a ma crosense, these laws do work. >> and the ridiculist all at the toll of the hour. erin? >> anderson, thank you very much. >>> now our fifth story "outfront." we're going to talk about manti te'o, a victim or a conspirator? the mystery deepens tonight as we learn more about how the notre dame linebacker was supposedly tricked into
't a law enforcement investigation going on in this, so we may not know all of the abcs here unless manti te'o does come forward and answers very specific questions about all of this. and when that will happen, if that will happen, we just don't know. >> you know what? notre dame said when they came out, released their statement, they said there was an ongoing investigation. do you know what type of investigation that is? >> they investigator out of the gate. they forwarded what they have to authorities. but we don't know where that investigation is going. at this point, not a criminal investigation. quite frankly, no crime at all was committed. yeah. >> absolutely true. ted rowlands live in south bend, indiana, thank you so much. the plot thickens. >> we have to take a break from the te'o story to talk about lance armstrong. >>> 22 minutes after the hour. wall street has waited years for a day like this. coming up, factors helped move stocks to some of the highest levels since the financial crisis. [ male announcer ] when these come together, and these come together, one thing you can de
miniscule. the gun show loophole, is not a loophole because there is no law for there to be a loophole. there is --. melissa: what about universal background check, why would you object to that? >> depends what they're checking. currently they're checking for, you know, for crimes, things that you have done. now the president is encouraging that we create a mental health registry and people have to pass a mental health litmus test i'm dead-set against that. melissa: why are you against that? >> i think you i will give a very good reason and i think you understand. our veterans are trusted with weapons, assault, military-style weapons. in the field with their officers, with their fellow soldiers. and they may be there for four years, eight years, 12 years, 20 years. then they come back home and because they have seen a psychiatrist, they may, they may have ptsd. they come back home and lose their second amendment right. i just think that's wrong. melissa: all right. thanks for coming on. we appreciate your time. >> thank you very much. melissa: got anything? there we go. all right. up n
because we are a complete stranger. we are affiliated with law enforcement but our job is to try to build that rapport, try to put them at ease and hopefully be able to assist them and assist the case that we have going on. >> reporter: the operation's over before lunch. at least 50 people are take neen custody and 11 women freed. authorities call it a good day. >> this isn't the end to human trafficking. this is a worldwide phenomena and sadly it goes on as we speak. got to attack it relentlessly every, every day. >> reporter: as for the women rescued in this case, authorities know that they entered the country illegally. they also know that wasn't their fault. and investigators say that they will be granted a special visa which will allow them to remain in this country in they wish for the foreseeable future. martin savidge, cnn, savannah. >> authorities say they hope to free more women from this sex-trafficking ring as well as make some additional arrests. >>> in addition to his reputation, lance armstrong's admission could also have a huge impact on his wallet. you're going to meet th
this week. a walmart employee discovered the book and sat to reconcile the young authors to their laws for living life. take a look. >> reporter: we already have the ten commandments. >> god has sent before you his day his laws of life and good. >> reporter: and the rules of "fight club." >> first rule of fight club, you do not talk about fight club. >> reporter: why not a rule book by and for kids? >> don't call each other names. clean up your messes. no eating other people's food. >> reporter: 157 rules in a spiral notebook, found in a walmart parking lot by raymond flores, the employee that retrieves carts. >> don't keep saying please if someone says no. >> reporter: the no-noes of a lifetime. rule 91, don't color on people. 105, tie your shoes or you'll fall down. and of course, don't bite the dentist. >> i thought this was adorable. >> reporter: rule 154 is protect this book. and flores was determined to follow it. >> here's your book back. >> reporter: all the way back to the authors, two girls, ages 8 and 10. cousins and best friends who both struggle with little sisters, who ap
's writing new law, that cannot happen. we struck down once, the court struck clinton down for trying this, and i'm afraid that president obama may have this king complex sort of developing and we're going to make sure that it doesn't happen. >> paul didn't specify which of the executive actions he thinks ought to be enacted rather by congress, or what other king-like actions the president might be considering. the president's top lieutenant of the gun control debate will address several hundred mayors about the issues and he'll do that in washington today. vice president joe biden said to speak at the u.s. conference of mayors just about four hours from now, when that happens, cnn will bring it to you live. the president of that group, that mayor's group is philadelphia mayor michael nutter. he's a big obama supporter and during an appearance before a u.s. house committee nutter slammed the nra for this ad that criticizes the president for not wanting to put armed guards in schools while his own daughters get secret service protection. mayor nutter joins me now from washington. welcome, m
not come up with a way to protect people's privacy, as required by a new law. a second type of full-body scanner that does not produce the vivid images will still be in airports. >>> and finally, an amazing rescue from a burning building. take a look at this video here. as this firefighter in russia, gets hit with a chunk of snow. a huge chunk of snow, almost knocking him off the ladder as he climbs to try to save a family. somehow, he grabbed the ladder to break his fall. it didn't happen twice. that's a replay, by the way. another firefighters pulls him up. together, they were able to rescue the baby and its mother. >> good job. well done. >> that's all i know. >> the pop quiz. >> thank you. >> language lessons and the news. ron claiborne gives us the whole picture every morning. thank you, ron. appreciate it. >>> it is the biggest event in washington. it happens once every four years. the countdown to inauguration is on. >> when president obama takes the oath of office on monday, the inaugural celebration will be nothing compared to what it was back in 2009 when he was sworn in.
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state lines? how were they carried across international borders? were federal laws broken here? it's described as drug trafficking. and one of the things that he didn't really talk about very much was how elaborate and complex and well-organized all of this was. >> there's also the question of the intimidation. you just heard someone say, well he's an intimidating guy. he said he was a bully. but you have heard people say it's much more severe than that. >> oh it's amazing the lengths he would go to according to some of the witnesses who were testifying against him over time. particularly testifying against him before that federal grand jury. levi levi light heimer's wife got a text from him that said "run don't walk." tyler hamilton who you just saw a picture of from our "60 minutes" interview told us that armstrong came to find him in a bar after the "60 minutes" interview, put his hand on his chest and looked him in the eye and said "we're going to make your life a living hell." so as armstrong admitted to oprah last night, when he was backed into a corn
. phil with her advice on marriage and meddling mothers in law. >> her real name was pauline phillips. she passed away wednesday after a long battle with alzheimer's disease. dear abby first appeared in the san francisco chronicle in 1956. doling out advice was a family business. her daughter took over the column and phillips' twin sister wrote for rival papers under the name of ann landers. she was 94 years old. look how stylish in that picture. >> isn't that interesting both she and her sister were premier advice columnists of their time. >> yeah. we have an advice columnist coming in today. >> heloise is coming in and we'll ask her about her thoughts on dear abby. >> and we have someone -- >> who? >> ask allison. >> oh, in the tradition. >> quite in the tradition. i love that. thank you tucker. >> you're welcome. >> i could say the same about you. >> let's talk about the temperature -- >> go ahead. i'm playing with him. >> that's bad advice, allison. allison, ever give out advice and maybe you feel like you changed your mind? >> no, because it's very hard for me to give advice. >>
mayors has not only introduced very tough gun control but has enforced it with excellent police law enforcement, they have had stunning results in reducing the gun murder rate and the gun suicide rate. why can't you just accept that that is a fact and say that actually in chicago, there may be many other issues, one of the issues in chicago is that states around chicago, as you know, like indiana, have very lax gun control. gangsters get in their car, load themselves up, and come back. also it may be that the police enforcement in chicago has been nowhere near as effective has it has been in los angeles in dealing with gangs, and has it has been in new york. these are things you should consider, aren't they? before you dismiss there being no gun problem? >> they most certainly are, and i would submit you the problem of children born without fathers is more acute in places like chicago, detroit, cleveland. and those who commit crimes come from house holds i mentioned. i interviewed the head of the naacp. i said, as the president of white racism or the absence of black fathers, which
concerned about this health care -- new health care law. it is already going to cost me millions in my current budget to implement it, effective 200014. >> why is it costing you millions? what's the source oaf that expense? >> the source of the expense is the current growth in the medicaid program. once it begins this 2014 they'll try to have a number of people sign up for the current medicaid program. in my state, that'll be about $72 million. >> and are your businesses going to essentially take the penalty rather than the mandate and put their workers on to the so-called exchange? >> you know, i don't think we know the answer to that question yet. there's so much uncertainty and unknown. our businesses are still trying to figure it out. but i do know this. they're very, very concerned about the cost of obama care. >> all right. we'll leave it there. governor dave heinman of nebraska. good luck and thanks for coming on. >>> now talk about a p.r. nightmare. boeing 787 dreamliners remain grounded around the world tonight. but did the stock bounce back? we have some answers ahead, i thin
york mayor michael bloomberg. he's long been an advocate of stricter gun laws. in washington today at the u.s. conference of mayors he urged mayors to support gun proposal. they have been talking with the white house since the newtown shooti shooting. >> i know you have been talking to the vice president's office. has he outlined any strategy for trying to get that through? >> our staffs have been talking and i'm going to be down there tomorrow, talking to the mayors, one of the things i want to do. we have 800 odd mayors in the mayors coalition against illegal guns. i want them to start calling and going and visiting the congressmen and districtmen in their districts and states and explain to them why their constituents, which the mayors may be in closer contact with, why they want it done, why it would make a difference from a safety point of view, an economic point of view, to have a lot lower murder rate and lot lower suicide rate, and the way you get that is a lot fewer guns. >> wolf blitzer was talking to the president of the nra the other day, asking him about the high capac
connecticut. it has one of the toughest gun laws in the country. i'd like his opinion. and instead the first thing you hear out of him are thinks thoughts on this ad. i just think it really kind of cheapened the debate and cheapened his influence. he had a real opportunity there and he squandered it. >> yeah. it's not the first thing he said about the thing. i mean, he was here with us. you know, he went after gun control. >> it was what the media seized on because here you have a republican going after the nra. >> that's us. that's not christie. >> sure, but he's aware of that. he's aware of what he says and how it's going to be taken. he knew what he was doing when he came out so strongly against that ad. and i think it really muted whatever other sentiments, whether i agree with them or not, about gun control. >> what do you disagree with him on? >> oh, well, you know, as a gun rights advocate, i disagree that banning wide categories of guns is either effective -- >> but not the ad. do you find that ad reprehensible? >> oh, reprehensible? no. i think they were making a point. i don't thin
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activity to your local law enforcement or the fbi. >> it is not just intelligence that they are facing. they also had to consider what the weather conditions are. four years ago, the temperatures were extremely rigid. when you have several hundred thousands of people, many of them young or elderly, you can have people with hypothermia that need radical attention as well. that is part of the big picture. connell: what about the so-called longest mile? >> that is a great question. for people in the security world that cover this event, they call it the longest mile or the toughest mile. it is right along pennsylvania avenue where the president and the first lady are the most exposed to the public. what we have seen in previous years if you have high capacity, high density crowds really concentrated around the capitol building. it tends to dissipate as it towards the white house. the real difficulty is how you'll respond while while trying to minimize any casualties. earlier this week, we spoke to the former chief of staff. he was involved in the security four years ago. >> if you look at
? >> yeah. well, whistle-blower lawsuits by law are typically sealed, brooke, for at least 60 days, a minimum of 60 days, and they usually remain sealed during the investigation. and that's for good reason. it protects the investigation and, of course, it protects the whistle-blower. it is very difficult as you would imagine in many circumstances for the whistle-blower to come forward. i will say this, the daily news has released what they purport to be the lawsuit. it is about 33 pages, i have seen a copy. i'm not comfortable sharing it with our audience, because, again, we don't know the posture of the investigation. and typically the cases are at stake. what is reportedly at stake is the proceeds basically of this sponsorship, between the u.s. postal service and this team. the u.s. postal service invested about $30 million in sponsorship money. these false claim acts cases are basically seeking trouble damages. you're talking really three times, about $30 million. and floyd landis in particular could gain about 25% of any recovery. now, the justice department with its formidable
is not complete until our gay brothers and sisters are treated like anyone else under the law. >> reporter: at the luncheon which followed a more bipartisan tone. speaker of the house john boehner presented the president with a gift and good wish. >> in the spirit of harmony i'm proud to present the flag that flew over this battalion of democracy today to president barack obama and vice president joe biden, and to you gentlemen i say, congratulations, and godspeed. >> reporter: the most poignant picture of the day was this the president going inside from the west front of the capitol, pausing and turning for one last look down the vast expanse of the national mall. another thing he thought he might not see, some daylight on the debt limit fight. republicans said monday they would vote tomorrow to raise the debt limit for three months that delays at least for a while another showdown on the debt which could result in closing down the government. and in just three weeks we get the second act of the president's inaugural address, his state of the union speech. there he
to you. >> thank you, diandiana. what kind of penalty do you get if you don't follow the law? monetary, of course. but basically that depends on what the issue is and what you did wrong. i'm not going to put any number on anything. but it depends on what you do. but they're going to go after you. i asked richard core dra cordri they were going to do and he said they would be aggressive, they would look at the books. >> when we come back, we will have more on the latest developments on the international hostage crisis in nigeria. there were reports this morning that some workers have skapd. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you turn an entrepreneur's dream... ♪ into a scooter that talks to the cloud? ♪ or turn 30-million artifacts... ♪ into a high-tech masterpiece? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. >>> welcome back to "squawk box." s&p 500 off marginally. the dow would he 16 points lower. some of the hostages being held at a natural gas field in algeria have escaped. algerian tv says 15 foreign hostages have made it out, i
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